On Site Massage Benefits
On Site Massage Benefits
On site massage benefits not only the employee but ultimately the employer in the long term.
Companies recognise that on site massage benefits are two fold and that addressing the health and well being of their staff offers huge returns.
Price Waterhouse Cooper conducted a study, commisioned by the Department of Works and Pensions in 2008, into the benefits of investing into health and wellbeing. They found that:
For every £1 spent, companies would get a £4 return on investment.
Our on site massage benefits staff since our treatments address the two primary reasons for absenteeism, namely stress and bad backs.
It is endemic, but fortunately all is not lost. The business case is simple:
Invest in our on site massage programme and you and your staff will reap the rewards and benefits.
On site massage benefits the musclo-skeletal system. Our trained on site massage therapists will work on releasing the classic tension spots in the shoulders, neck and lower back. We will also target the head, arms and hands, releasing tension – ideal for relieving RSI symptoms.
It also benefits the shoulders by helping to release the tightness that is held there. Our therapists will use a series of specialised acupressure movements that increase the flexibility of the shoulders, making them ache less and feel less tight.
A regular on site massage benefits the neck by helping to relieve stiffness and improve range of movement in the neck.
We also work on facilitating lymphatic drainage, so it is great for eliminating toxins stored in the neck.
This is why we encourage staff to drink water post massage to eliminate toxins and to reduce likelihood of getting a headache.
We are the experts:
Managing Director, Lubna Latif, is an experienced therapist of over 10 years and has studied in depth the physiological benefits of on site massage.
On site massage benefits include:
TONING: A regular massage helps to tone muscles and so muscles will start to become stronger.
POSTURE: The on site massage benefits for you mean that it will contribute towards a better posture vs the rounded back that we commonly see in offices. It will also reduce the likelihood of you experiencing a back problem.
SUCCESS: It is important to recognise that the on site massage benefits are both short and long term and that this is why companies will also become the winners in this equation. Staff who experience a regular on site massage will have their physical complaints addressed effectively by a trained professional.
HEALTHY: They will feel as a consequence, happier, less stressed about their health and as a result their productivity, creativity and well being will improve.
FACT: We will help to contribute to your company’s’ continued success and advance the health and well being of your staff positively, pro-actively and effectively.
So let’s get that proverbial ball rolling today – to request a quote and know that we will work with you and your company every step of the way to ensure that your company receive onsite massage benefits in the very near future.
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At One offered taster massages at a recent conference. They relaxed our delegates and proved to be a noticeable talking point from the day. , Manchester Institute of Sport and Physical Activity
We would definetely welcome a repeat exercise!